Two young-at-heart grandmothers are sharing their love of exploration and adventure, showing that we can be business owners, wives, grandmothers, and still have fun!
Aging Insights is produced by the New Jersey Foundation for Aging. It provides valuable information to NJ Boomers, Caregivers and Senior Citizens so they are aware of all the programs and services available to them. Fitness, assistive devices, and retaining and building on your creativity later in life are just some of the topics covered on recent shows.
Inside with Persaud is a show which provides focus on community information, resources, entrepreneurship and entertainment.
BOTH SIDES OF THE BARS
"Both Sides of the Bars" is a discussion-driven television that examines the criminal justice field. This monthly program tackles critical questions about how the current system works, its intersections with social justice, and highlights the efforts that are being made to improve the lives of those impacted.
DNA OF THE NEWS
DNA of the News explores current events in a spirited and responsible manner.
DRAWING WITH MARK
Do you have little, budding artist at your house? If so, Drawing with Mark is perfect for them! Using a fun child-friendly approach Illustrator Mark Marderosian teaches children the step-by-step fundamentals of drawing.
EYE ON PISCATAWAY
Eye on Piscataway is a monthly program that airs LIVE on the first Monday of each month. This hour long program is hosted by Piscataway’s Mayor Brian Wahler. Mayor Wahler always does his show live so residents have the opportunity to call-in and speak with him, on the air, and have a back and forth discussion about issues pertaining to Piscataway and life in general. Each episode includes discussion with a variety of people, video highlights of events that took place in Piscataway or central New Jersey the during the previous month, the reading of the monthly announcements so viewers are aware of upcoming events and of course viewer phone calls!
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital’s monthly Health Talk show offers information on a variety of health topics from Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital’s medical experts. The show is hosted by Dr. Douglas Ashinsky, an internist with RWJPE’s Warren Internal Medicine.
IF PLANTS COULD TALK
If Plants Could Talk features gardening tips from local university experts, successful farmers, master gardeners, and many other plant experts. Topics include new and interesting plant varieties, safe and effective pest control, step-by-step cultural tips for landscape and garden, and visits to local farms, arboretums, and backyard gardens.
INSIDE WITH PERSAUD
LA VERDAD INTERNACIONAL
La Verdad Internacional, an interview program that aims to reach the DNA of the news together with the protagonists of each topic. Conducted by the internationalist Juan Carlos Salcedo.
LUCY’S BIG BEAUTIFUL WORLD OF PAINTING
Lucy Aita teaches you how to paint in this award winning instructional program.
MARY ON THE LOOSE
Mary on the Loose, produced by Steve E. Kaiser and hosted by a variety of local talent, has been in production since 1991. As the title of the series suggests, each episode is a free-wheeling search for entertainment, food, and fun at locations and events throughout New Jersey.
A group of Paranormal Investigators seek out locations and interview those with a paranormal connection.
NOT JUST ROCK and ROLL
There is a vast range of music on each show but not exclusively, as the title implies. Coverage of a wide variety of entertainment such as comedians, sporting events, local events and motorsports make up each episode. On any given weekend Dick can be found traveling around the state, camcorder in hand, taping events for his next episode!
NUTRITIOUS & DELICIOUS
"Nutritious & Delicious" looks at tips for seniors on proper & safe cooking techniques as well as how to prepare simple, healthy meals.
OFF THE SHELF
Host Veronica Andrews interviews local, national and international authors about their latest books. Veronica’s personable interview style creates rapport with the author while drawing the audience into the conversation with provocative, out-of-the-box interview questions.
OLD WAYS IN NEW JERSEY
Old Ways in New Jersey promises to shed light on historical traditions that live on in our contemporary society. The monthly show is produced and hosted by Professor Angus Kress Gillespie, of the American Studies Department at Rutgers University, and founder of the New Jersey Folk Festival.
ON THE HISTORY TRAIL
On The History Trail host Mark Nonestied offers an Indiana Jones-esque tour of some of central New Jersey’s more interesting local historical attractions.
Sue Miller, a librarian and the host of Peek-a-Boo Turtle, entertains children with a story, songs, creative movement and a craft which all adds up to a half hour of fun for kids ages 5 and under!
PERILS FOR PEDESTRIANS
Perils for Pedestrians is a public affairs series that looks at problems confronting pedestrians in communities like yours, and solutions to those problems from across the United States and around the world.
R & B BISTRO
Host Venus Crute’ aims to not only entertain listeners with real quality music, but also to provide a vehicle aimed at “making a difference”.
REELING MOVIE REVIEWS
Reeling: The Movie Review Show has been produced by Robin and Laura Clifford since March 16, 1991.
REEL SMAHT: THE MOVIE GAME
REEL SMAHT: The Movie Game where we try to see which of our contestants is Reel Smaht about moives!
Seniorcize host Caroline Ehrlich combines mild aerobic activity and light weight training to provide the perfect workout routine for senior citizens of any age who want to stay active, look better and feel younger!
Over the years, the “Sidewalks” format has morphed into what it is today: a highly-viewed, celebrity-based interview and music program on TV and web.
SPOTLIGHT ON MIDDLESEX COUNTY
Production of Spotlight on Middlesex County was launched in 1994, and more than 200 shows have been presented. This monthly program focuses on Middlesex county people and issues with an emphasis on services that residents of the county can utilize. The members of the Middlesex County Board of Freeholders rotate hosting duties presenting topics that are relevant to the lives of Middlesex County’s 700,000 residents. The program is videotaped at the Piscataway Community Television Center and is featured on local municipal channels and the community channels of Cablevision and Comcast reaching all 25 municipalities in the county.
STRATA: PORTRAITS OF HUMANITY
Strata: Portraits of Humanity is a monthly half-hour newsmagazine-style show. Each episode of the human story is a portrait building on the many layers of the human experience. Strata delivers in-depth coverage of a wide variety of archaeological and cultural heritage topics all around the world.
WINE-ING AWAY WITH CORIE AND RAY
A fun and informative look at the world of wine hosted by Corie Mogenis and Ray Mogenis.